This article published in the American Academy of Pediatrics Journal is an example of why it’s important for us to operate with volunteers from various backgrounds. Dr. Catherine Spaulding, a 4th year resident in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Georgetown University recently served at Project Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu, India. She shares many insightful reminders in this journal, on Our Role in Public Health: Taking a Global Perspective.
As a staff member he saw the clinic before and after our electronic medical record system was introduced at Project Limón. While living in Nicaragua, Zane saw a drastic difference in operational efficiency with the integration of EMR4DW’s record keeping software. If you’ve been to our project site recently, you may not believe the challenges we used to face on a daily basis at Project Limón!
Our mission entails serving underprivileged communities around the globe. What allows us to do that in a manner that is sustainable, ethical, and productive, is being an organization of global individuals.